Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops

Fry up the most delicious Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops with less than 10 minutes of prep work!! They are perfectly juicy.

We love quick and easy dinners at our house, and these Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops are one of our favorites. Paired with a side of mashed potatoes and brussel sprouts, they make the perfect meal!

4 Parmesan crusted pork chops sprinkled with fresh herbs.

bread baked pork chops – our fav!

Pork chops have definitely become a favorite dinner idea as I’ve grown older.

We have typically sautéed or cooked them on the stove in the past, but have a new favorite recipe for Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops that is simply the best (this same recipe can even be made with chicken!)

The spices and Parmesan cheese that coat these boneless pork loins add so much flavor, making them our FAVORITE way to enjoy pork chops. Like I mentioned, they are so easy and so good, they’re hard not to love.

We love to serve them over Mashed Potatoes or with veggies and have this recipe on the menu plan at least once a month!

SEasonings for parmesan crusted pork chops.

Frying pork chops

As you can imagine, there are many ways to cook pork chops. From grilling, to sauteeing, to baking, to throwing them in the slow cooker, the possibilities and varieties are endless. This recipe uses a combination of pan frying to get a nice crisp crust and then baking in the oven so the center is perfectly cooked.

PREP. We typically like to pan fry our pork loins by heating up oil in a large skillet and heat until the oil is medium hot.

SEASON. From there, we have usually added our spices and seasonings to our chops.

FRY. Place them in the oil until they are golden brown on each side. We typically cook the pork chops for 4-5 minutes on each side and until the juices run clear.

Frying time: There are a few factors that have to be considered when determining how long to fry them including the thickness of the pork chop and the internal temperature.

To make sure the pork loins are cooked to the proper temp, we use our Meat Thermometer to make sure the internal temperature has reached 145 degrees.

Coating pork chops with the parmesan crust.

baking pork chops

SAUTEE & BAKE. Even though we usually fry the pork chops, this particular recipe calls for sautéing AND baking. Sautéing the spices and cheese into the pork chops infuses the flavor even more.

  • Finish the pork loins by continuing to sear them in the pan for a bit longer, but we throw them in the oven to make sure they get cooked to the perfect internal temperature – 145 degrees.

WITHOUT SAUTÉING. Preheat oven to 350 degrees (180 degrees C). Place pork chops in a baking pan. Spread 1 teaspoon of butter over each pork chop along with any spices.

  • Bake 15-20 minutes in preheated oven, or until the internal temperature of the chops has reached 145 degrees F (63 degrees C).

Air Frying pork chops

The temperature and length of time that the pork chop will need to cook will depend on the thickness and if it is boneless. For a boneless chop, approximately ¾ inch thick, you will want to cook them at 380°F for 4-5 minutes.

Flip and cook for another 4-5 minutes. (Be sure that you spray both sides of the chop with cooking spray before you place it in the air fryer basket.) For bone in and/or thicker pork chops, increase the cook time.

Frying up parmesan crusted pork chops in a skilleet.

Recipes Notes + Tips

Pan cover. Don’t cover the pan when they’re in the oven. Doing so causes any moisture to get trapped and then the crispy bread crumb crust will get soggy. 

Tender Pork Chops. Be careful that you do not overcook the pork chops. Doing so causes all the moisture to cook right out and leave behind dry tough chops. One way to avoid overcooking is to allow the pork chops to come to room temperature before cooking them.

Use a meat thermometer to test the chops. They should reach an internal temperature of 135°F before you remove them from the oven. Then, let them rest before cutting into them. Resting allows the center to finish cooking to a perfect 145°F as well as distribute all the moisture evenly through the chop. 

Thicker Crust. You’ll notice that these pork chops have a light crumb and Parmesan coating. Should you wish for a thicker crust, you’ll want to dredge the chops in flour then dip it in a bowl containing one whisked egg with milk. At this point you’ll want to coat it with the breadcrumb mixture you make in the recipe.

Baking up parmesan crusted pork chops.

Recipe FAQ

How to reheat? Place cooked pork chops and place in a Ziploc bag or air-tight container. Place in fridge for up to 3-4 days. To reheat, you can use the microwave or cook on a low heat in the oven. In this case, we usually recommend adding some liquid to make sure the chops don’t dry out. We will add 1 tbs olive oil for each chop in the baking dish.

How to freeze? Just use freezer safe bags or wrap tightly in aluminum foil and keep in freezer. They can last in the freezer for up to 5-6 months if stored properly.

We hope you enjoy these pork chops as much as we do! Be sure to check out the other pork chop recipes we have on the site as well as our favorite sides to serve with pork chops.

What to serve with Parmesan Pork Chops?

Sliced easy parmesan crusted pork chops ready for serving.

For more easy pork chop recipes, check out:

Parmesan Crusted Pork Chop Recipe

4.98 from 335 votes
Fry up the most delicious Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops with less than 10 minutes of prep work!! They are perfectly juicy.
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 4
Calories 326 kcal
Author Lil’ Luna


  • 4 boneless pork chops, (about ¾ inch thick)
  • 1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 2-3 tbsp Italian breadcrumbs
  • 1/8 tsp paprika
  • 1 tsp dried parsley
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1/4 tsp pepper


  • Mix Parmesan cheese, bread crumbs, paprika, parsley, pepper and garlic powder and place on a plate.
  • Dip pork chops in the mixture (making sure mixture sticks) and sear in a pan of olive oil on medium-high heat. Sautee for 5 minutes on each side.
  • Place pork chops in a glass baking dish (making sure to leave 1 inch around each chop) and cook according to thickness. NOTE: For more crispy pork chops, bake on a greased wire rack over a baking sheet.
  • Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes (or when internal temperature reaches 145 degrees).


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  1. I’m so glad you enjoyed them! Thanks for linking back to me 🙂 Have a fabulous weekend!

    1. 5 stars
      Had really thin chops so i skipped the baking and just Pan seared them. We loved them. Quick, crunchy & tasty! Great recipe for quick dinners!

  2. 5 stars
    I made these pork chops for dinner tonight and they were sooooo good. I used fresh shredded Parmesan cheese and had to press it into the chops before I seared them. My husband is super picky and he loved them too! Always a huge plus. Thank you so much for the recipe.

  3. 5 stars
    I looked up on Pinterest for Pork Chops and tons of different recipes came up. I finally came across your pork chop picture and looked really good. So I clicked onto your website and I had all the spices and stuff except the parmesan cheese, which I don’t care for. I didnt really measure but I did follow the other steps and I ran out of Olive Oil for the frying part, so shortening works too! I put them in the oven as well, 300° for about 15mins and in the last two mins cooking, I sprinkled some shredded mozzarella cheese on top. They were so yummmy, my two boys even liked it!! Making them now for second time! Thanks so much!

    1. YAY! I LOVE hearing that, Kimberly! So glad that they still worked out and that the whole family loved them! Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. Have a great day!

  4. I’m cooking these right now but I don’t have a glass baking dish, what is another alternative?

  5. 5 stars
    Thank you for the recipe. Found it on Pinterest…made it about a month back for the first time – super yummy, everyone in my family loved it. It’s on the menu again for tonight!

  6. Hi, how do you make the mixture stick to the pork chops? Sorry for the stupid question but I’m not a very experienced cook. Your recipe looks easy and very good so I’m anxious to try it.

  7. Did you cook them covered or uncovered. I have mine cooking right now covered and plan on uncovering the last 20 min.

  8. I make pork chops or chicken this way. But I dip my meat in egg first. Then put on baking pan sprayed with cooking spray and bake. 400 for twenty minutes, then turn and bakes an additional twenty minutes.

  9. I’m a newlywed and learning how to cook different things. Came across this on Pinterest and fell in love! I’m definitely going to try this 🙂

  10. 5 stars
    I never made pork chops simply because I had no idea how to make them. I tried your recipe and it was so easy and SO delicious! They were a huge hit at home, and I’ll definitely be making them again. Thanks so much!!

    1. Oh, I LOVE to hear that Jami!! So glad they were a hit and even more glad they were super easy for you! 😀

  11. 5 stars
    Made these last night- only substituting italian seasoning for the parsley and garlic salt for powder which was on hand- DELICIOUS!!

    1. Aren’t they so easy?! So glad you liked them… will have to try the Italian seasoning next time I make it. 🙂

  12. In a casserole layer plank cut potatoes, sliced onion, pork chops, potatoes and onions. Cover with tomatoe juice. Top with aluminum foil and bake at 400 for approximately an hour.

  13. 5 stars
    I found this recipe while trying to find recipes on Pinterest to try for my blog. These were a hit! And… so is your blog. I’m loving digging in to all the areas.

  14. 5 stars
    These were delicious and so simple to make. All the ingredients were things we have in the house. Even my picky daughter loved them which is a huge plus. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    1. YAY! So glad they were a hit, Leah!! Hope you can find more recipes you like from the site. Have a great day, and thank you for stopping by. 😉

  15. 5 stars
    Fantastic! Only changed bread crumbs (didn’t have any!) to Ritz Wheat, crushed. Will make them a lot in the future – Thanks!

  16. 5 stars
    Great combo! I have also tried with other finely shredded cheese, just allowing it to dry for a few hours. Since we like more spice, I, too pre-season my chops with either salt or some other light rub (like a greek seasoning mix, etc.) and my husband thinks they get more crunchy if I dip the chop in egg and coat it more heavily with the breadcrumb mixture. LOL

    For quicker cooking, I will often take a thick loin chop and simply pound it thin. A quick fry on each side for browning, and two chops for 2 minutes in my microwave, followed by a 3-4 minute rest, and they are nicely done for two.
    Also, try adding ginger powder instead of italian seasoning. It brightens the taste, and goes well with an Asian salad.

  17. 5 stars
    I just made this for the family tonight (which includes 3 kids) and Everyone loved it!!! Thank you so much for the recipe, definitely a keeper : )

  18. 5 stars
    These came out so juicy, flavorful just perfect. I have always stayed away from pork chops cus I never knew how to make them. This recipe is a keeper. The family loved them also.

    1. I’m so glad you liked them Annie. I was the same way until I came upon this recipe. Now we have Pork Chops all the time! ;D

  19. 5 stars
    Made these tonight and they were delicious! I have celiac and am lactose intolerant so I used fresh lactose free parmesan and I didn’t have any GF bread to make breadcrumbs but I had some GF cornbread muffins. So I grated up a muffin to mix with the cheese and hoped for the best. Turned out great!!

  20. Are you supposed to dip in egg first. I can’t imagine it sticking that well. I’m making these tonight ….
    Thanks ????

  21. 5 stars
    I made these and they were delicious! I did it with bone in chops, and lost a lot of meat that way So will definitely do boneless next time! I’ll probably also sear for a few minutes less. How can I do this recipe with boneless/skinless chicken breast? Same exact way? Coat, sear, bake?

    1. I love using boneless for that reason. You could coat the chicken in the mixture and sear or until cooked through or bake. I have’t tried it with the chicken, so I’ll have to experiment:)

  22. I have found out if you rub some mustard lightly over the pork chops first they come out very tender

  23. 5 stars
    I made these last night with bone in chops and the powdered Parmesan from a jar.
    It worked out really well. I thought it needed a pinch more salt, but I would definitely make them again. Thanks for the recipe.

    1. I’m sure they’d taste great on the grill! If you do, let me know how they turn out, so we can try that next time!

  24. 5 stars
    Made these last night. They were the best pork chops my husband & I have ever had! Stuck to the recipe with these exceptions: Didn’t have Italian breadcrumbs (or any breadcrumbs) so had in the freezer left over crispy french bread appetizer crostinis. Crushed them and added onion powder, basil & oregano to that & I had my Italian breadcrumbs! Seared only 2 minutes each side, based on reviews (had 1 inch, bone in chops), baked 55 minutes on lower oven shelf. We very seldom eat any kind of red meat so chose this recipe hoping for a real, rare treat. Honestly the best, the most moist chops ever!

    1. Thank you so much for sharing!! I love how you improvised!! Makes me happy that you and your hubby enjoyed them!!

  25. 5 stars
    My family loves these!! Best chops recipe I have had in a long time! Second time in the past week we are making them! They are just delicious thank you!!!

  26. We don’t have a recipe really. my grandmother use to put cabbage in a baking dish and lay pork chops on top of cabbage and bake in oven. So good. the juices from the chops seasons the cabbage so good.

  27. 5 stars
    I made these tonight and they were very good going exactly by the recipe. Next time I’ll use an egg to keep the coating on better. Also will take less time to sear. The cheese tends to brown easily. I’ve been looking for a new pork chop recipe and glad I found it on Skiptomylou. Thx!

    1. I am so glad you liked this recipe! It sure is delish!! Any tricks to keep the coating on better, I’m sure would make it even better. Keep enjoying!!

  28. 5 stars
    Made this for dinner. Was excellent & wl do again. Only thing I changed was that I did not Sear the chops so did not use any oil. I put them straight to the even. Thanks for sharing!!!

    1. I am so glad you liked it!! I’ll have to try the change you made. I love recipes that you can change up!! Thank you!

  29. 5 stars
    I thought I would leave a comment telling you how much I enjoy these pork chops. I have been making them now for about a year whenever I want baked pork chops. We love them!! Thank you!

  30. 4 stars
    Great recipe but I would not bake them for one hour as, in my opinion, a one inch pork chop would be way overdone. I have made these countless number of times and just brown them on the stove and cook until done to approximately 145 degrees and no higher. Only takes a few minutes and don’t even need to use the oven. I think folks tend to cook the heck out of a pork leaving it tough and way overdone.

  31. At what temperature do you bake the Parmesan Pork Chops? Also, I wonder if sauteing the chops that had been dipped in Parmesan isn’t a bit too messy… Wouldn’t it be better to just bake them?

  32. These were great! I didn’t end up pan searing the pork chops I just put them straight in the oven at 400 degrees, turned them over after 20 minutes and cooked for another 20. Sooo yummy! Will definitely be cooking again and again. Thanks for the recipe!

  33. I would suggest searing the pork on a much lower temp. I did the lower end of medium high and after 4 min my pork chops were almost black and once I flipped them they turned black in 1 minute. I am sure the recipe is great if not burnt.

    1. I’m sorry yours burnt. I haven’t had a problem with this recipe before. I know to some an hour seems long, but really they are perfect.

      1. My issue was not in the oven time, I agree an hour is perfect. I was suggesting people change the temp/time for the part on the stove top. Mine burned at medium high very quickly. I was able to scrape it off and re season them, and they came out great!

  34. 5 stars
    I just made these pork chops tonight. I had thin cut, boneless pork chops, so I adjusted the cook time to less time both in the pan and in the oven. I used panko crumbs (that’s all I had). They turned out fabulous!! I don’t really cook a whole lot, so I was pleasantly surprised that something I cooked – that was THAT easy to make – tasted so good! Tender, and just right! Thank you for helping my family have a home cooked meal tonight!!

    1. That makes me so happy to hear!!! I’m glad I could help 🙂 And, I bet you could do more than you think 🙂

    2. 5 stars
      so glad I kept reading, I also have Panko crumbs & was going to use. It’s what I’m making tonight! Thanks

  35. 5 stars
    Made the Parmesan crusted pork chops, with a couple of changes. Panko bread crumbs, and broiled tomato caprise on top of each. (Fresh mozzarella, large tomato slice and fresh basil, a touch more Parmesan on top. Excellent!

  36. 5 stars
    My husband and son loved it. Adjusted cook time based on comments. Cut down sear time and cooked at 400 to coincide with Mac and Cheese in oven. Meat thermometer worked like a charm. I will definitely make again.

  37. So I just put the chops in the oven. But I’m wondering if the time will dry them out. I have 1 in thick chops and after cooking them in the pan they look like they are nearly done. Will come back later with my result.

    P.S. They have my whole house smelling delicious! Can’t wait!

  38. 5 stars
    Well my chops are done and I must say they are so tender and juicy. I followed the instructions exactly as written but also seasoned the chops with a little garlic and pepper (old habit) and they turned out great (Wish I could post a picture). Of course I had to sample a little piece right away. Mmmm mmmm good. Quick and easy recipe. Thanks for sharing.

  39. 5 stars
    These are delicious! I’ve made these twice and they are SO good! The first time, I rushed and the pork chops were slightly underdone (not super pink, but still a little tough.) The second time, they were perfect! So flavorful, so tender….my fiance absolutely loves them! I can’t wait to make them again!

  40. 5 stars
    I made these tonight. They were awesome, but the next time I make them I will add more salt and cheese. I was looking for them to be a little more cheesy. I recommend only keeping them in oven for only 15mins so they are not dry. My family loved them… Thanks for recipe.

  41. Sadly my comment will not be praising this recipe like many of the others. I followed this recipe and by baking them they ended up coming out soggy instead of having a crunchy outer coating. I don’t know what I could have done wrong. But I am disappointed . I should have just cooked them in the skillet and never put them in the oven.

    1. I’m sorry that they turned out soggy. I can’t think of why that would have happened? Thanks for trying them though!

  42. 5 stars
    I’ve made these several times and they are always yummy. Tonight I’m going to try them in the air fryer.

      1. 5 stars
        They were fantastic! The air fryer cut out the use of olive oil and only took 22 minutes to cook. I cooked them at 380* 10 minutes on one side and 12 minutes on the second side. Yummy!

          1. 5 stars
            Made your pork chops and they were great, juicy and the garlic and Parmasan cheese was excellent. Thank you for the recipe.
            Kelly Loykasek

  43. 5 stars
    Thank you for sharing this recipe! I made it tonight and even my super-picky 8 year old liked it! Adding it to my rotation! It went well with roasted potatoes, onions, and garlic.
    Only thing I did different was bake at 350 for only ten minutes because my boneless pork chops were on the thin side.

  44. I made 5 pork chops. I dipped my pork chops in egg before I dipped into my mixture. Being that I used 5 pork chops I added more of each ingredient. I also added a packet of hidden valley ranch seasoning. My pork chops were about a half an inch thick. I pan seared them for a minute on each side using olive oil and butter. I sprayed my glass dish before I put my pork chops on it so it wouldn’t stick to the bottom of the dish. I cooked them for a half hour on 350. They were very crunchy and tender! The ranch added lots of flavor. I will definitely make this again and I suggest everyone to try it out!! It’s a keeper!! My sides were sliced carrots with butter and loaded mashed potatoes which only added to the pork chops! Give it a try!! Trust me you won’t be disappointed!!????

  45. 5 stars
    I made these wth thick-cut bone-in chops, dipped in beaten egg before pressing in the crumb mixture (used panko and added my own seasonings). Searing on each side in a cast-iron skillet seems to be the way to go. It took 3 minutes on each side for a nice, dark brown sear, then the skillet went directly into the oven for 40 minutes. Turned out perfectly. An hour would have rendered these to the texture of shoe leather, and the egg is not only necessary to keep the crumbs on the surface of the chops but it also keep moisture in as well. Very good chops, will make again!

  46. 5 stars
    Found ya on Pinterest. I make a similar recipe with bone in chops asiago cheese the same seasonings plus salt just cooked on the stove. This looks good too. Lol I love your pics. Looks like I need to try out regular good ol parmesan cheese.

  47. 5 stars
    Thank you for the wonderful recipe. By far the best pork chops I ever prepared. I actually starting off my softening them with a meat tenderizer, which did wonders for absorbing the dry rub (also cut down on the baking time).

  48. This recipe calls for pepper but the directions don’t say where to add it… I’m assuming it’s to season the chops, but they are already being seasoned with the breading mix. (I put a pinch into the mix.) I seriously don’t want to sound snarky or stupid! I live rurally with satellite internet and cannot watch the video portion of the recipe right now. I’m sure this is going to be delish! I’ve used your recipes before and I’m a fan!

    1. Yes, sorry, you would add it in step 1 with the other dry ingredients. Thanks so much & hope you like them!

  49. 5 stars
    Hey Lil’Luna fans… I went off recipe and made these pork chops bone-in after reading so many other reviewer posts who had as well. It’s what I had. I drenched them in the seasoned breading and baked them. They were great the first time! I got an answer to my question about when the pepper gets added (in the dry mix,) as I thought. I had one of the baked pork chops left over, soooo I did the opposite of the delicious recipe and browned the (SLIGHTLY micro-warmed) chop in the olive oil on both sides… and it came out awesyum!!

  50. 5 stars
    I made the lovely Parmesan-crusted pork chops for dinner tonight. They turned out perfectly. Moist and delicious. Very good meal to present to my hard working husband.

  51. 5 stars
    It looks so good! I feel so hungry looking at the photos. Thank you for the recipe! Gonna try it for dinner today.

      1. 5 stars
        I just made these tonight and they were so yummy….baked for about 15-20 minutes after searing….so juicy….loved them

  52. 5 stars
    Ok, so I have eaten this several times now and I I have to admit I wasn’t that big of a pork chop fan previously… This is a great way to prepare pork chops!

  53. 5 stars
    Make this recipe but used gluten free bread crumbs, also added olive oil in baking pan cooked 45 min. it was perfect

  54. 5 stars
    I made these for dinner tonight and they were delicious! I did spread a thin layer of mayonnaise on the pork chops before dredging in the crumb/parmesan mixture. My son loved them too!

  55. 5 stars
    I have been a vegetarian since the age of 13 and have very little experience cooking meat and find it quite intimidating. This was my first time cooking pork and I’m happy to report that it received great feedback. The recipe was very simple and easy to follow and both my significant other and son said it was great!

  56. I. Have done this recipe for years, would,not make them any other way. A friend made these for me about 45 years ago and I have not wavered the recipe except to cook then in 1/2 stick butter in oven, they stay juicy yet crispy.

  57. 5 stars
    HI kristyn. Myy name is Darlene,I have a nuwave. Oven .I am going to try your ingredients. Instead of in the skillet put it in the nuwave oven.

  58. 5 stars
    I made these tonight and they were INCREDIBLE! The searing really helped keep the pork tender and moist. I usually almost always overcook my pork. This will be my new favorite pork chop recipe. thank you!

  59. 5 stars
    I made these twice and they are delicious! I highly recommend them! Many times boneless pork chops are overcooked and dry but these come out perfect every time:)

  60. So I’m making this for dinner and as I type this they are in the oven in a metal dish. I don’t own a glass one (need to get on that ????????‍♀️) anyways I upped the temp to 375…. What do you think? 20mins at 375??

    1. You will just need to check them at that 20 mark & go from there. The internal temp needs to be 145 degrees Fahrenheit. I use my meat thermometer all the time, because I get paranoid about it not being done. You will probably need to add more time.

  61. 5 stars
    Another WINNER recipe that is crazy easy & deliciously yummy! Move over shake & bake —>Lil Luna does it again. Another family winner & is on the menu again for this week!

  62. 5 stars
    I made these twice and they are delicious! I highly recommend them! Many times boneless pork chops are overcooked and dry but these come out perfect every time 🙂

  63. 5 stars
    I’m not the hugest fan of pork chops, but I tried them, since my hubby loves them & I was pleasantly surprised. The parmesan & breadcrumbs added such a nice crunch & flavor. I am now a fan of them!

  64. You didn’t say when to use the pepper. I assumed it was with the other spices, but for insecure/hesitant cooks like myself, maybe add it to step 1 for posterity’s sake LOL. Thank you! In the oven soon, I’m sure it’s awesome!

  65. 5 stars
    I don’t have a lot of pork chop recipes and I usually just end up BBQing them. This recipe was an easy delicious alternative. My family has been asking when I can make them again.

  66. 5 stars
    I grew up on pork chops. It was always a Treat to have them. These are so tAsty and so much better than what I had. I really like the crust on these.

  67. 5 stars
    This is an amazing recipe! my husband does not like pork chops, he’ll eat them but not happily. I made these and got raving compliments from him about how good they are! can’t wait to make them again tonight!

  68. 5 stars
    In loveeee with this recipe ! It’s outstanding! So simple and so easy! I made it with some scalloped potatoes and cauliflower. Everythig went together so perfectly

  69. 5 stars
    Chops were tasty and very juicy. I ended up searing them for about 2 minutes per side and they had a nice crispy seal on them. Delicious. Thank you!

  70. 5 stars
    i made this for my fiancee & my friend i had over for DINNER. i didnt have bread crumbs, so i crushed up some crackers & it worked out GREAT! everyone loved IT. i served it with mashed potatoes & green beans. delicious! will definitely make again.

  71. 5 stars
    Very easy to make, with ingredients i usually have. The pork chops were moist.
    I will make this again. Family loved it.

  72. 5 stars
    I’ve made pc’s plenty of WaYs, but this one has to be my favorite! I made these last nigHT aNd they were easy to do and delicious! i’m definitely adding this one to my rotation. They were gobbled up so fast! Thank you!

  73. 5 stars
    I love these!! I am honestly not the hugest fan of pork chops, but my hubby is, so we had them & I couldn’t get enough! We will definitely make them again!

  74. 5 stars
    I grew up on pOrk chops. In those days it was just a fried up pork chop. It was good but not as tasty as thesE parmesan crusted chops. So flavorful and reminds me of the good old days!

  75. 5 stars
    This looks so tasty and delicious here in my country people use to eat such foods with quite joy. Amazing Recipe

  76. 5 stars
    Made this for my family. Husband & kids all enjoyed it. I SAUTEED beginning to end (no baking) Because my pork was thin and cooked quickly. The family compared it to a parm/garlic version of Schnitzel. It was delish and I served it With mashed cauliflower w/ a little sour cream, a little butter, chives & a sprinkle of bacon pieces.
    It came in At 376 calories for the entire dinner!!…..Will definitely make this again.

  77. 5 stars
    Very tasty. I tendorized the chops becauase they were a little think. I used panko crumbs and italian seasoning. I seared them in a cast orin grill pan before baking.

  78. 5 stars
    I made these tonight, and my family loved them. My kids both wanted more, which I thought was quite exciting. They rarely both love something I cook. Ha! I will definitely make these again.

  79. I think THe recipe says 350 degrees for 20-25 min for regular chops after searing. But many comments say that they used 300 degrees for an hour. I apologize for being confused. Any help in clarifying this is appreciated. These chops sound wonderful, but i don’t want to ruin them. Thanks!

    1. I did the 350 for 25 min. As long, as the internal temp reaches 145 degrees F, you could do the 300 for longer 🙂

  80. 5 stars
    Well, in my house with my two big guys it’s kinda not hard to make something that they won’t like but when I made these chops the only sad face was that their wasn’t enough for leftovers.
    Thank you so much lil Luna, porkcops in my house have never been so good & juicy, i DEFIANTly will be making this recipe again

    Melissa Carson

  81. 5 stars
    after a long while i came across this site and what fascinate recipe i’ve found thanks for it. gonna try this weekend 🙂

  82. 5 stars
    Im pretty new to cooking but i was able to pull this recipe off tonight! The pork chops came out perfect and moist! My boyfriend is asking when im making this again. Ive tried several recipes from this site ans theyre all hits! Thank you for the freat recipe!!

    1. Yay!! I am so glad you tried these & even happier you both liked them! Thank you for trying recipes!

  83. 5 stars
    i have tried this recipe before and they were delicious. I was thinking about making them again tonight but in the air fryer. do you think they will cook ok?

    1. I am sure they will, though I personally haven’t tried. Let me know what you think! Thanks!

      1. 5 stars
        I grew up on pork chops. It was always a Treat to have them. These are so tAsty and so much better than what I had. I really like the crust on these.

  84. 5 stars
    The breadcrumb mixture was great. I dipped in egg first just to make sure it stuck well, and I had very thin pork chops so I didn’t even need to throw them in the oven. I just pan-seared for a few minutes on each side and checked the temp as I went. Really tasty simple week night meal.

  85. 5 stars
    I don’t think I could a pork chop without dipping it in breadcrumbs anymore! It adds a delicious crunch & flavor!

  86. 5 stars
    I don’t make pork chops very often, but when I do I will definitely be making these ones again. Love the parmesan coating!

  87. 5 stars
    If i make pork chops this is My go to rEcipe. It quick and easY! Recently i started using garlic and herb bread crumbs instead of italian bread crumbs and its amazing!

  88. 3 stars
    I think this probably would be delicious so long as you use the cheap parmesan in the can and not actual grated parmesan cheese. I would also recommend precooking at medium heat for about half the time listed. I used grated parmesan and cooked at medium heat for 2-3 minutes and my coating (the cheese) burned. I ruined two completely beautiful pork chops. I will try again with cheap parmesan in the can. I’ve made something similar with chicken and it was delicious.

    1. That sounds so yummy. Mango applesauce sounds like an amazing side to the pork chops. So glad to hear you liked them!

      1. Yes, you certainly could! Just make sure that the internal temperature of the cooked chicken is 165 degrees.

  89. I will be back to do a rating, I’m going to make this for dinner tonight and it sounds easy enough for me to be able to cook. My husband just had an arterial bypass surgery in his leg so he’s unable to walk very well, and I have PPMS which is primary progressive Multiple sclerosis the worst to have! God has given me the strength to be able to do things I’ve not been able to do in years! So I will definitely let you know if it’s good & easy LOL,! Thank you for putting this on Pinterest!

    1. Thanks for sharing, Sherry! Prayers for both you and your husband. I hope the pork chops were easy enough to make and delicious!!

  90. 5 stars
    Very good and easy to make, didn’t change a thing except baked them in toaster oven which was nice as it didn’t heat up the kitchen. Recipe is a keeper.

  91. 3 stars
    It was OK,, however, all the crust came off when it was in the frying pan. There wasn’t much of it or much taste to the pork chops when I took them out of the oven. How do you keep the crust on it when in the frying pan?Thanks

    1. I’d say to make sure that there is enough oil and that it has heated up enough before putting the pork chops in the pan. The less you turn them and touch the breading with tongs, the better chance it will stay on the pork too.

  92. 5 stars
    I have been making this recipe for years now. It is absolutely wonderful. I often substitute the pork with chicken and serve with my Italian dishes.

  93. 5 stars
    My family loves this recipe! 2nd time making I dipped in egg prior to breadcrumbs, this helped the breadcrumb mixture stay in even better.
    Do you have suggestions for searing then air-frying vs oven?

    1. I haven’t tried these ones in the air-fryer yet, but that’s a great idea. They are so versatile when it comes to the method of cooking. If you are searing then baking in the oven, sear each side until crispy and then we just throw in the oven until the internal temp reaches 145, just to make sure they are cooked through. You can also cook in the oven without searing first… Just add 1 Tbsp butter and spices on each pork chop then bake at 350 for about 25 minutes.

  94. 5 stars
    I had forgotten how yummy these are. I don’t make them nearly enough, but when I do everyone seems to enjoy them. So flavorful and I love the parmesan crust!

  95. 5 stars
    Thank you so much for sharing this amazing parmesan crusted pork chops recipe! Will surely have this again! It’s really easy to make and it tasted so delicious! Highly recommended!

  96. 5 stars
    Not only are these pork chops delicious but they are so easy! I love it when recipes are both easy and tasty. It’s a win-win!

  97. 5 stars
    This recipe really does only take 10-15 minutes of prepping, although it tastes like a fancy meal I spent hours on! We’re not huge fans of pork chops in our family, but when we do eat them, it’s this recipe!!

  98. 5 stars
    Very tasty and my husband also loved them. I did use my air fryer instead of searing in the skillet and baking in the oven. I didn’t have any bread crumbs so used Panko with Italian seasoning & some salt instead. They came out crispy, juicy, and just at 145 degrees according to my meat thermometer. I preheated the air fryer to 400 degrees and sprayed both sides of the chops with cooking spray. When hot, I cooked them for 13 minutes (2 at a time), turning once halfway through. Will definitely make again. I’m trying to lose some weight so I’m thinking/hoping that cut down on the fat content a little by not searing in oil in a skillet. Will definitely make these again.

  99. These were the BEST pork chops I have ever made. Moist and flavourful. I will search no more for pork chops recipes!

    1. So sorry to hear that! Perhaps the temp was too high? You can dry the meat off too before dipping in breading… that may help it stay on the meat a bit better.

  100. 2 stars
    We didn’t like it, sorry. It barely had flavor and I think cooking it for 10 minutes then also baking it for 15 minutes is too long.

  101. 5 stars
    This is so easy to make and so delicious. My family keeps asking me to make it for them!!! Highly recommend!!

  102. 5 stars
    Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops came out so tender and tasty. Will definitely be making them again. Thank you for this recipe!

  103. I fried the pork chops and they tasted good. Mine were thinner than the video showed, so I did not bake them. However, the fact that I had all the ingredients at home was a blessing. Thank you for sharing.

  104. 5 stars
    Higher temp + shorter time = less dry.
    You might also try cooking to temperature (145 for pork), using an instant-read thermometer (I use a Thermapen.).

  105. This was something I realized tonight as well. I sautéed on one side four minutes and almost burned mine, and did the other side for three minutes. They’re in the oven now so hoping they turn out! Mine are also an inch thick so fingers crossed.